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An '''ink''' is a liquid made from various [[dye]]s and/or [[pigment]]s. It is most commonly used in [[writing]], [[printing]] and [[drawing]].
 
An '''ink''' is a liquid made from various [[dye]]s and/or [[pigment]]s. It is most commonly used in [[writing]], [[printing]] and [[drawing]].
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[[Period]] inks were made of [[oak]] galls, lampblack (or soot), or hawthorn wood. There are also traditional [[recipes]] for an ink made of [[walnut]]s.
  
 
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Latest revision as of 03:53, 11 September 2007

An ink is a liquid made from various dyes and/or pigments. It is most commonly used in writing, printing and drawing.

Period inks were made of oak galls, lampblack (or soot), or hawthorn wood. There are also traditional recipes for an ink made of walnuts.

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